The leader of a more liberal junior partner in Poland's ruling bloc has said that an early election would be the only alternative to the United Right government.
Poland’s ruling right-wing coalition has come under new pressure after the prime minister sacked a senior member of a junior party from his ministerial post.
Politicians of the junior ruling coalition party Solidary Poland (Solidarna Polska) have said in a communique sent to PAP that they oppose the dismissal of party member Janusz Kowalski as deputy minister of state assets, arguing that it breaches a coalition deal.
Support for the ruling Law and Justice party, together with their coalition partners Solidary Poland and Agreement, grew in January to 35 percent from 31 percent in December, the latest CBOS poll shows.
A junior member of Poland’s United Right governing coalition could win seats in parliament as an independent party, if elections were held this Sunday, according to a new opinion poll.
The head of the Polish prime minister’s office has expressed his hope that the ruling United Right coalition will continue in its current form despite talk of rifts and division within the grouping.
Solidary Poland, a junior member in the ruling United Right coalition, will remain in the alliance, the party's leader and the country's justice minister Zbigniew Ziobro said on Saturday.
Leaders of the Solidary Poland party have voted down, 12 to 8, a motion to break away from the ruling coalition, party's leader Zbigniew Ziobro said on Saturday afternoon.
Representatives of Solidary Poland, a junior member of the ruling bloc, presented a report to the Sejm (lower house) on Monday referring to a "violation of the rule of law by the Netherlands."
The leaders of Poland's United Right alliance, ruling party Law and Justice's Jaroslaw Kaczynski, junior partner Agreement's Jaroslaw Gowin and the other junior member Solidary Poland’s Zbigniew Ziobro, signed a new coalition deal in Warsaw on Saturday.